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in need of a QUIET ocarina; saving my roomates ears
Topic Started: 30 Oct 2016, 01:23 AM (2,798 Views)
Greylag
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I'm looking for a quiet Oc too--something to play softly in the woods (it is a spiritual thing for me) and practice at home without bothering our neighbour.

So what I'm gathering is--Hind, OcarinaCaro, or the Muse by Songbird?

I love the look and sound of Hind, but how temperature/humidity sensitive are they? I live in Nova Scotia--summers can reach mid 30s (Celsius), sometimes feels like low 40s with humidity, and our winters are a mess--mild and rainy til late January, and then freezing, and hen snowy, and then wet until April.

Would a Hind survive this if I'm taking it around with with me, or am I better off looking at a ceramic like the muse?

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